Who married Julius Fučík (journalist)?
Gusta Fučíková married Julius Fučík (journalist) .
Julius Fučík (journalist)
Julius Fučík (Czech: [ˈjulɪjus ˈfutʃiːk]) (23 February 1903 – 8 September 1943) was a Czechoslovak journalist, an active member of Communist Party of Czechoslovakia, and part of the forefront of the anti-Nazi resistance. He was imprisoned, tortured, and executed by the Nazis.
The composer Luigi Nono wrote a musical piece titled Julius Fučík based on the journalist's diary Notes from the Gallows and meant it as a tribute to his resilience in the face of Nazi aggression.Read more...
Gusta Fučíková, born Gusta (Augusta) Kodeřičová (28 August 1903 Ostředek – 25 March 1987), was a Czech and Czechoslovak publicist and editor, politician of the Czechoslovak Communist Party, an activist of women's and left-wing peace movements, and deputy of the Sněmovna lidu Federálního shromáždění ("House of the People of the Federal Assembly") (one of the two chambers of the Czechoslovak Federal Assembly) during the so-called Normalization period. She was the wife of the Communist politician Julius Fučík who was executed by Nazis during the World War II.Read more...